Phil Smith works with words, music, sound, and radio. He is a regular contributor to Short Cuts on BBC Radio 4 and has hosted and produced Jazz Dis-junction on NTS Radio for ten years.
He has also made a number of collaborative projects composed of found photography, voice, piano and field recordings. Some of these experiments found shape as a band called ‘They’re Called Hands’. Alongside these projects, Phil also records intimate solo jazz sessions featuring original compositions, jazz standards and improvisations.
Phil also experiments with speech-songs, radio collages and poetry, some of which have been presented at international conferences and aired on national radio stations.
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